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We currently employ individuals in the fields of Community Management, Resident Services, Accountant Bookkeeper, and Document Management.
As we grow, we are always looking for qualified people to fill available positions. Contact us today to learn about our available positions below.
United is seeking LCAM’s as portfolio community managers. Portfolio community managers interact with the board of directors and vendors contracted with the association. The manager will inspect the assigned communities on at least a weekly basis, supervise the contractors to verify their compliance with their contracts, solicit bids & proposals, oversee the work order process, inspect the community for compliance with the Association’s architectural standards as well as rules and regulations and issue violation letters through a mobile app, and attend all board & member meetings of the Association. The community manager will work hand-in-hand with an assigned Resident Services Manager (see below). Competent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office, Strongroom Account Payable software and other management software would be helpful. It is necessary to have the ability to effectively communicate orally and in written forms. A Florida CAM license is essential and any CAI designation is desirous. The obtaining and maintaining of any designation from CAI is paid for at United’s expense.
Resident Services members act as an Assistant Manager to a portfolio of communities working together as a team with the community manager assigned to their communities (possibly working with up to four different community managers). The primary responsibility is the interfacing with all residents of their assigned communities regarding any issue the resident might have (our residents do not reach out directly to the community manager). The second responsibility is to act as the administrative assistant to the assigned community managers of their portfolio in issuing work orders, following up with vendors, preparing monthly management reports, processing architectural change request forms, estoppels and monitoring the status of tasks assigned by the board to the management company. A qualified candidate must be able to multi-task and communicate timely both verbally and in writing. While a Florida CAM license is not required, a number of our long-term resident services staff are LCAM’s. United will fund any Resident Services personnel desirous of obtaining their CAM license.
Accountant/Bookkeepers provide full accounting services to a number of assigned associations. This includes accounts receivable, accounts payable, interaction with title companies, maintenance of checking/savings accounts, production of modified-accrual financial reports, follow-up on delinquent accounts, and interaction with CPAs during audits and reviews.
Administrative Assistants in our Document Management team provide different types of positions. Some are clerical, involving: scanning, filing, routing, copying, and processing of mail in and out. Some are secretarial: receptionists, typing, processing of mailings, and handling the production and distribution of the monthly management reports to the board members. This department also handles uploading of files to the web sites we provide all of our Associations and the updating and maintenance of these portals. All of which require an experienced computer savvy individual with a competent and cheerful attitude.